|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(126)Dallas County Courts|
|Dallas County District Court||105 Lauderdale Street||Selma||AL||36701||334-874-2523|
|Dallas County Courts|
|Selma Courthouse||1300 Alabama Avenue||Selma||AL||36703||334-874-2135|
|Dallas County District Attorney Offices|
|Dallas County District Attorney||105 Lauderdale Street||Selma||AL||36701||334-874-2540|
|Dallas County District Court||105 Lauderdale Street||Selma||AL||36701||334-874-2540|
|Dallas County DMVs|
|Dallas County Tag & Title Office||105 Lauderdale Street||Selma||AL||36701||334-874-2517|
|Selma Driver's License Office||102 Church Street||Selma||AL||36701||334-875-1341|
|Dallas County Court Records Databases|
|Dallas County Accident Reports|
|Dallas County Child Support Warrants|
|Dallas County Court Records|
|Dallas County Court Records (Alabama)|
|Dallas County Criminal Records|
|Dallas County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment|
Court Records in Dallas County, Alabama
Dallas County Court Records are one of the most comprehensive records you can access about a person. They give information about any convictions, past and present, arrests, time spent in jail, misdemeanors and all other information that is available. The information they offer include all the cases filed against a person, which court they have been to, when they were convicted, names of creditors and witnesses and any other details that might be of use.
It is the responsibility of the courts in Texas to maintain these records. They have to update them regularly and ensure that they contain all the relevant details. For this reason there are some areas where the records are more complete than others. For example, all felony charges are reported in the state while only name and age of a person charged with a crime are listed in Dallas County.
Criminal records are available to anyone who requests them from the courts. This includes the person’s legal name, any aliases or nicknames, birth dates and any other information related to the criminal. If the person has been convicted of a crime they will also have to reveal this information. They are also required to give reasons why they were convicted. This is required for all purposes and is for the protection of the person and other individuals. The conviction should not be used as a basis for discriminating against a person because of their race, colour, sexual preference or age.
All divorce papers go into the public domain. You can get copies of all these. These serve as proof of the terms of the agreement signed by both the parties. These records also contain the history of the couple and their relationship.
If you are looking for information about someone you cannot find it in the public domain. You will need to go to the government or the law enforcement agency in the area and try to find the information you want. There is a good chance you will not succeed but there are a few resources that can help. These include the local police station, court house or the county courthouse. You can also check with the sex offender registry, the National Crime Information Center or the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
In some instances you may not be able to find information that you are looking for. The information is retained and stored in the court records until it is requested. This is usually done when a person has a case pending and they do not want it publicized. It is also kept up-to-date for when the person becomes a adult and is eligible for credit and other activities.